Australia were humiliated by India within three days in the first Test match of a four-game series. The host nation batted once and bowled out the rivals twice to register an emphatic win by an innings and 132 runs.
Former cricketers and commentators in Australia have a habit of trolling opposition while they face similar situations Down Under. West Indies haven’t enjoyed playing Test cricket outside their backyard for a long time, but they continue to fight to get back on track.
They were beaten in all the departments of the game when they last played in Australia. Adam White, who works as a commentator, had made fun of the Windies, urging them to stop playing the five-day format.
“The West Indies have to decide whether they actually want to play Test cricket anymore. Because it feels like they’re wasting everyone’s time. Including their own time.”
He was shown a mirror by Michael Appleton, who is a High Commissioner of Aotearoa, New Zealand, to Sri Lanka. The cricket fanatic took to social media after Australia’s recent defeat.
“Australia has to decide whether they actually want to play Test cricket anymore. Because it feels like they’re wasting everyone’s time. Including their own time,” he wrote.